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Case Study 2 Notes for Visual Arts: Byzantine - Baroque

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Notes on different eras of art, based on class and the "Caves to Canvas' texbook. Includes artworks, artists, world, audience, key features, and a glossary. Case Study 2 includes: Byzantine, Medieval (Romanesque, Gothic), Renaissance (Early, High), Mannerism, and Baroque.

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Case Study 2 Notes for Visual Arts: Byzantine - Baroque
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Visual arts Renaissance painters Art history Renaissance art Medieval art Western art Masaccio Sandro Botticelli Catholic Church art Renaissance architecture Lorenzo de' Medici Brancacci Chapel
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Visual arts Renaissance painters Art history Renaissance art Medieval art Western art Masaccio Sandro Botticelli Catholic Church art Renaissance architecture Lorenzo de' Medici Brancacci Chapel
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antine Art Emperor Justinian with his Court • Emperor is embodiment of god • First example of halo- signifies importance, later used for Jesus/God • Bigger halo = more important • Mosaics and tapestry emerge in upper Europe (Switzerland, Austria, Italy) Church controlled what could be represented and how Church determined conventions and rules • Culture/empire based on religion • Church determined conventions and rules • Appropriated what they liked from each culture and disseminated it throughout their empire • Futile system: rent land to farm, products owned by landlord • Sarcophagus with lots of detail is for a higher status, if it's closer to the altar it's a higher status too • Being buried in the catacomb under the church was special because it's considered holy grounds and means you uphold the morals/belief...
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